Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen aus den Siemens-Werken, volume XVII, no.1, pp.99-106. Berlin: J. Springer, 1939. 4° (259 x 194mm). With a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF ERNST RUSKA. It was at Siemens and Halske's Laboratory for Electron Optics that Borries and Ruska developed the electron microscope, and around 35 different apparatuses were mass-produced for research purposes up until 1945. When Borries left the laboratory in 1949 Ruska succeeded him as director, and continued to contribute substantially to the improvement of the microscope in subsequent years. Gedeon pp.428-33." /> BORRIES, Bodo van (1905-1956) and Ernst RUSKA (1906-1988). "Vorläufige Mitteilung über Fortschritte im Bau und in der Leistung des Übermicroskopes", offprint from: <I>Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen aus den Siemens-Werken</I>, volume XVII, no.1, pp.99-106. Berlin: J. Springer, 1939. 4° (259 x 194mm). With a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF ERNST RUSKA. It was at Siemens and Halske's Laboratory for Electron Optics that Borries and Ruska developed the electron microscope, and around 35 different apparatuses were mass-produced for research purposes up until 1945. When Borries left the laboratory in 1949 Ruska succeeded him as director, and continued to contribute substantially to the improvement of the microscope in subsequent years. Gedeon pp.428-33. | Christie's
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    BORRIES, Bodo van (1905-1956) and Ernst RUSKA (1906-1988). "Vorläufige Mitteilung über Fortschritte im Bau und in der Leistung des Übermicroskopes", offprint from: Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen aus den Siemens-Werken, volume XVII, no.1, pp.99-106. Berlin: J. Springer, 1939. 4° (259 x 194mm). With a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF ERNST RUSKA. It was at Siemens and Halske's Laboratory for Electron Optics that Borries and Ruska developed the electron microscope, and around 35 different apparatuses were mass-produced for research purposes up until 1945. When Borries left the laboratory in 1949 Ruska succeeded him as director, and continued to contribute substantially to the improvement of the microscope in subsequent years. Gedeon pp.428-33.

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    BORRIES, Bodo van (1905-1956) and Ernst RUSKA (1906-1988). "Vorläufige Mitteilung über Fortschritte im Bau und in der Leistung des Übermicroskopes", offprint from: Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen aus den Siemens-Werken, volume XVII, no.1, pp.99-106. Berlin: J. Springer, 1939. 4° (259 x 194mm). With a SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF ERNST RUSKA. It was at Siemens and Halske's Laboratory for Electron Optics that Borries and Ruska developed the electron microscope, and around 35 different apparatuses were mass-produced for research purposes up until 1945. When Borries left the laboratory in 1949 Ruska succeeded him as director, and continued to contribute substantially to the improvement of the microscope in subsequent years. Gedeon pp.428-33.

    DAVIDOVITS, Paul. and M.D. EGGER. "Scanning Laser Microscope", reprinted from Nature, volume 223, no.5208, p.831. INSCRIBED BY PAUL DAVIDOVITS TO ANDRAS GEDEON [and:] "Scanning Laser Microscope for Biological Investigations", offprint from: Applied Optics, volume 10, pp.1615-19. N.p., 1971. 4° (286 x 209mm). INSCRIBED BY PAUL DAVIDOVITS TO GEDEON. And other related material, all in a folding cloth box.

    ZWORYKIN, Vladimir Kozma (1899-1982), G.A. MORTON and others. Electron Optics and the Electron Microscope. New York: J. Wiley, 1945. 8° (212 x 138mm). Illustrations and diagrams. Original cloth (very lightly rubbed). FIRST EDITION. Gedeon p. 432.

    And Electron Microscopy 1964, edited by M. Titlbach (Prague, 1964, 2 vols.), which describes "the prototype of the first commercially available scanning electron microscope" (Gedeon p.433). (9)


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